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ABC
Jan 20, 2012 11:00pm PST
. this photo was posted by susie l. this was a view from san francisco. it is rattling the windows in livermore. she is talking about the wind. and another one, the wind is blowing might have patio umbrella off the table. a lot of people talking about how heavy the rain has been tonight. the rain and wind will be heavy at times for a couple more hours. more snow for the sierra. the next storm arrives on sunday. not as intense. this is the strongest of the three storms. this is the second one. the third one is due in on sunday. just watch out for the heavy rain and wind the next couple hours. and then things will wind down. i want to show you what it is going to look like on sunday. this storm in the pacific will be moving through and it will bring a third to two-thirds of an inch of rain, but nothing heavy duty. the heaviest will move through. it is a soaker for a few more hours, and just scattered showers for your saturday morning. you will see sunny breaks on saturday afternoon. by sunday morning here comes some showers. that will move through and we will see some more widespread rain around
KOFY
Jan 21, 2012 12:00am PST
district. this photo was posted by susie l. this was a view from san francisco. it is rattling the windows in livermore. she is talking about the wind. and another one the wind is blowing might have patio umbrella off the table. a lot of people talking about how heavy the rain has been tonight. the rain and wind will be heavy at times for a couple more hours. more snow for the sierra. the next storm arrives on sunday. not as intense. this is the strongest of the three storms. this is the second one. the third one is due in on sunday. just watch out for the heavy rain and wind the next couple hours. and then things will wind down. i want to show you what it is going to look like on sunday. this storm in the pacific will be moving through and it will bring a third to two-thirds of an inch of rain but nothing heavy duty. the heaviest will move through. it is a soaker for a few more hours, and just scattered showers for your saturday morning. you will see sunny breaks on saturday afternoon. by sunday
PBS
Jan 10, 2012 4:30pm PST
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PBS
Jan 10, 2012 6:30pm PST
in oranges from brazil. brazil is the world's largest orange producer. >> susie: the n.f.l. playoffs continue this weekend. among the teams taking to the field? the world champion green bay packers. green bay is the league's smallest market, but the team has won 13 league championships. in tonight's "beyond the scoreboard," rick horrow talks with packers c.e.o. mark murphy. he began by asking about the team's recent sale of shares to the public. it's really been humbling the response we've gotten from our fans. we sold 185,000 in the first two days. we're now over to,000 shares, and i'm really pleased with it and excited about it and really bodes well for the project that we're forward with to expand the stadium. we're excited about it. >> rick: what unique challenges do you have running a team in what is the nfl's smallest market. >> we don't have the resources of some of the other teams that have deep pocketed owners that they can turn to. so for us, the alternative to that is our shareholders and one of the things we've done over the years to offset that advantage or compensate for the
CSPAN
Jan 7, 2012 10:00am EST
in l.a.susie .a good afternoon.hrnt >> of want to thank you for youu thoughts and your books. very deep, and they're really open many of our minds to a very important concepts. and you really trying, at leastr from my observation to present a lot of dee p thought and de objective reality.oje i was troubled in the area when you talk about the middle eastew because he talked of what your history in terms h of the people there. but i was wondering also if you have an equal knowledge of the people on the inside. iv >> well, i lived in jerusalemar. for two years and i don't speak hebrew.a that was a conscious decision.ms or no work to the middle east to speak arabic and have in the hebrew word it's creeping could immediately land you in prison,u although i have to say eventually in both iraq and iran i was thrown in prison are jailed. i have a great admiration andadi affection for his role, and iisl think that the parameters of the debate about the middle east ane about the israeli-palestinian conflict and israel are far more brought them they are in the united states. my opinions are not pa
PBS
Jan 18, 2012 4:30pm PST
on the program. we really appreciate it. >> thank you, susie. we've been speaking with david rosenfield, white-collar criminal defense attorney at herrick, feinstein. >> tom: the obama administration today moved to block the controversial keystone x.l. pipeline. it would have brought oil from canada to the gulf of mexico. republicans called the decision a job killer, while environmentalists applded the protection of water supplies along the pipeline route. darren gersh reports from washington. >> reporter: the white house blamed the decision to block the keystone pipeline on what it called an arbitrary deadline for approval forced by congressional republicans. >> the republicans put in jeopardy a process that should be immune from politics. >> reporter: oil producers blasted the president for caving in to pressure from environmentalists, and republican congressional leaders promised to keep pushing for the pipeline. >> the american people are still asking the question, where are the jobs? and here the president's got an opportunity to create 20,000 direct jobs and over 100,000 indirect jobs, a
PBS
Jan 18, 2012 6:30pm PST
payment must be at least $1. i'm karen gibbs >> susie: and finally tonight, for 100 years l.l. bean boots have been keeping feet warm and dry. now, they've grown to legendary proportions. the l.l. bean bootmobile rolled into times square today to mark the 100th anniversary of the american clothing maker from brunswick, maine. the 13-foot high, 20-foot long boot-mobile is based on "the maine hunting boot," the company's first product. and tom, as part of its anniversary celebration, bean is teaming with the national park foundation to encourage americans to get outside and visit the nation's parks. that's "nightly business report" for wednesday, january 18. i'm susie gharib. good night everyone and good night to you too, tom. >> tom: good night susie. i'm tom hudson. good night everyone. we hope to see all of you again tomorrow night. "nightly business report" is made possible by: captioning sponsored by wpbt captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org 
PBS
Jan 16, 2012 4:30pm PST
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PBS
Jan 5, 2012 4:30pm PST
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PBS
Jan 30, 2012 4:30pm PST
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CSPAN
Jan 1, 2012 12:00pm EST
. susie in l.a., good afternoon. >> caller: chris, i want to thank you order of thoughts and your books, they're very deep and they really open many of our minds. very important concepts. and you've really tried, at least from my observation, to present a lot of deep thought and objective reality. i was troubled, however, in the area when you talk about the middle east because you talk about your history in terms of knowing arabic and the people there, but i was wondering also if you had an equal knowledge of hebrew and the people on that side? >> guest: well, i lived in jerusalem for two years. i don't speak hebrew. that was a conscious decision because when i worked in the middle east, to be working in syria or baghdad and to speak arabic and have any hebrew words creep into your arabic could immediately land you in prison, although i have to say that eventually in both iraq and iran, i was thrown in prison anyway, or jailed for brief periods of time. i have a great admiration and affection for israel. and i think that the parameters of the debate about the middle east and about the i
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